On Friday, June 7, 2019, to Sunday, June 9, 2019, Kitchener, Ontario’s Ever After Music Festival returned to unleash what is now known as its largest edition to date.
Having welcomed a whopping 32,000 festival goer over the course of the fun-filled 3-day series of events, attendees experienced what can only be described as happily Ever After.
Bass lovers flocked to the festival grounds to witness some of the biggest names in the world of electronic dance music throw down some truly historic sets.
Some of the stand out performances Chris Lake‘s house driven set, a wild b2b set by Riot Ten and Sullivan King, not to mention the headliners who solidified why their names deserved to be at the top!
Kill the Noise closed off the fest’ on Friday, Excision followed suit on Saturday, bringing out the talented Sullivan King, and on Sunday, fans were treated to ILLENIUM‘s captivating performance where he called upon Dabin.
Although the performances will go down in history, another noteworthy moment occurred over the course of the weekend, thanks to Canada’s new cannabis law.
Partygoers were allowed to bring in up to 10g of pre-rolled cannabis each day, and campers being allowed up to 28g; talk about a game changer!
We look forward to seeing what the organizer have in store for next year. In the meantime, congratulations are in order; that was one hell of a festival!